The Mavic Pro has a great top speed of 40 mph. This is by no means a bad top speed, but is not the fastest drone in DJI’s line up (the Inspire 2 drone has a reported top speed of 67mph). Being able to fly faster when required is a great advantage when it comes to increasing the total range and flexibility of the drone to capture different events.

The Mavic Pro has a rated battery life of up to 25 minutes flight time (dependent on conditions). While this is above average in the market, DJI should aim for a larger battery or more power efficient motors to ensure that this figure goes above 35-40 minutes. This extra time gives drone users the power and the freedom to experiment with different shots and angles without fear of the drone dropping out of the sky.

Battery technology could also be improved in the Mavic Pro 2. The current technology in batteries is lithium polymer batteries. While these are relatively power efficient and charge quickly, they are not able to withstand use in lower temperature conditions, meaning that the drone can’t be used in situations such as on mountaintops etc. This could be improved by switching the battery to lithium ion batteries, which can be used in temperatures up to -40 degrees Fahrenheit.

Most drone users like to operate their drone within their line of sight, so they don’t lose their precious investment. However, some daring users like to explore with their drones and are not afraid of letting the drone fly out of sight. The Mavic Pro has a range of up to 4.3 miles from the controller. The Mavic Pro 2 is expected to increase this range even further, by being able to fly up to 5 miles from the controller. The extra speed and
flight time all help to increase the effective range of the drone.

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